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DEAL: TELE2 SEK 5.0YR CORP FLOATING RATE SYNDICATED EURO MARKET BOND

Post Date: 24 May 2022
Tele2 AB has priced a syndicated SEK denominated Euro market bond which matures in 2027. 
A Euro bond is a bond or other type of negotiable debt instrument issued in the offshore international, also called eurobond, market. The ISIN of a Euro Market bond always starts with XS. It can be denominated in any freely tradeable currency.

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Issuer Details
Issuer Tele2 AB
LEI 213800EKD193RVI9HL76
Industry Telecommunications
Country Sweden

 

Trade Details
Security Type MTN
Amount SEK [Login to see full details]
Total Amount including taps SEK [Login to see full details]
Total Amount Outstanding SEK [Login to see full details]
Total Order Book SEK [Login to see full details]
Structure Floating Rate
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A Euro bond is a bond or other type of negotiable debt instrument issued in the offshore international, also called eurobond, market. The ISIN of a Euro Market bond always starts with XS. It can be denominated in any freely tradeable currency.

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